Who can complain to us
Anyone can make a complaint to the Ombudsman.
If you do not want to complain yourself, you can ask someone else (for example: a relative, friend, advocate, solicitor or welfare worker) to complain on your behalf.
A Member of Parliament can also make a complaint for you.
You may need to give consent in some circumstances.
- Making a complaint
- Other complaint-handling agencies
- Information and resources for young people
- Information and resources for aboriginal people
- Information and resources for people with disabilities
- Committee on the Ombudsman, the Police Integrity Commission and the Crime Commission
- Training workshops & events
- Tips for making a complaint
- Information in other languages
- Annual reports
- Fact sheets